Foundations of Applied Superconductivity
The goal of this text was to use language common to electrical engineers. For this reason, our approach emerges from the concepts encountered in classical electromagnetism. This allows us to discuss the highly interdisciplinary topic of superconductivity in a meaningful way while simultaneously requiring only a modest physics background from the student.
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